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Dell acquires Boomi

November 20th, 2012    Posted in cloud hosting, Internet, web server news

Dell has obtained the SaaS (Software as a Service) integration company Boomi.

The Boomi AtomSphere allows the users to connect any combination of Cloud, SaaS, or On-Premise applications with no software, no appliances, and no coding.

Dell acquires Boomi

Neither parties disclosed the terms and conditions of the acquisition. However, Dell, the technology solutions, services and support provider, stated that the deal is expected to help the businesses employ and enjoy the total value of the cloud computing technology.

The SaaS (Software as a Service) application integration platform of Boomi can transfer data between on-premises and cloud-based applications without software or appliances.

The CEO of Boomi, Bob Moul, stated that the acquisition will make it possible to scale the products of Boomi on a global platform.

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VMworld 2012: Dell Prepares Desktop Virtualization Proficiency

October 2nd, 2012    Posted in cloud hosting, Hyper-V, Microsoft Hyper-V, virtualization

At VMworld 2012, the IT giant “Dell” is planning to talk about the Desktop Virtualization Proficiency for their channel partners. And according to the executive director, global certified partner program and channel, Bob Skelley, the discussion will also include the partners of Wyse Technology, which they acquired earlier in this year.


Dell will also be talking about desktop virtualization with new Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 and about their server hardware upgrades for Windows Server 2012.

“For those people who possess robust desktop virtualization abilities, this is a brand new section to expand and grow together with Dell. In addition, it will also provide all those partners with some publicity to Dell’s client business as well as Wyse portfolio. This also provides Wyse partners the path in which they could live and flourish inside PartnerDirect, which is the all-covering partner program of Dell”, stated Skelley.

According to Skelley, Dell is planning to keep the things very simple and straightforward.

Wyse partners are going to find the proficiency easy and simple to grasp. In addition, it’ll also assist the partners obtain some knowledge about the options. And Dell is also planning to identify the training investments that the partners have previously made. As an example, if a desktop virtualization partner is already working with Microsoft Hyper-V, they are going to be credited for those pre-existing investments.

It seems that desktop virtualization might be the main theme at the VMworld 2012.


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